Shoppers are looking for snacks and beverages with ingredients that promote health and wellness, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
As consumers continue to seek out healthy substitutes for everyday favorites and grapple with dietary needs and desires, the alternative flour market is seeing a surge.
Personalized nutrition is the merging of two major cultural forces: personalization and customization and health and wellness via nutrition.
Cannabis is poised to be a major disruptive force across a variety of markets, but none more so than food, beverage, and health and wellness. But we’ve seen this type of movement before.
Large pharmacy chains and grocers with in-store pharmacies are shifting their strategies based on consumer demand and new technology.
Plants are playing an increasingly important role in consumer food culture; they are a symbol of the natural world, traditional approaches to medicine and global food.
About 18% of US spas were using CBD last year, according to an upcoming report.
Just as consumers have pushed for customization in foodservice, choosing everything from bowl formats to burritos to the ingredients that go into each of those, consumers are now looking to custom diets, too, that fit their individual lifestyles.
While “wellness” has become a most ubiquitous term, cultural assumptions about what health and wellness encompasses continue to evolve.
From meditation to a focus on what can be called “mindful sourcing” in foods and beverages, consumers are increasingly taking a considered approach about not just food but health and wellness habits.